The Permaculture-Ecotherapy Dialogues

Posted on March 23, 2012 by Amy Lenzo

Santa Barbara psychotherapist/ecotherapist Linda Buzzell and John F. Kennedy University ecopsychology professor Dr. Craig Chalquist,  co-editors of Sierra Club Books’ “Ecotherapy: Healing with Nature in Mind” — both graduates of the Permaculture Design Course — explore the possibilities though this very preliminary dialogue that will hopefully open a much wider conversation about whether — or even if — the ecologically-based principles of permaculture can address the remediation of devastated psychological and social ecosystems as well as abused and neglected places.

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  1. Shea March 23, 2012 at 10:08 pm

    This is great! I’m in the final semester of writing my master’s paper about ecopsychology practices that can support permaculture activists. There is such a great nexus between permaculture and ecopsychology. I’m eager to continue this dialogue. Thank you for posting!!

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